Genetics 211: Genomics


The goal of this course is to explore how different experimental strategies are applied to a variety of biological questions. By experimental strategy, we refer to both the general method and the logic with which the method is applied. An underlying theme of the course is that each strategy we discuss can be applied to problems that cut across different disciplines, for example immunology, cancer biology, or embryology.


Python Instructor

Teaching Assistants

TA Office Hours:

  • Wednesday, 10:00-11:00am, Beckman - B383
  • Thursday, 2:30-3:30pm, Alway - M315 (the small Genetics library)

Meeting Times & Locations (see alternate rooms below)

  • Tuesday, Lectures: LKS LK120, 10:00-11:50am (Lecture 10, March 11, will be in Alway M106)
  • Thursday, Discussion Sections: 10:00-11:50am ** See below for room assignments
  • Friday, Python Lectures: LKS LK120, 1:30-3:30pm (Last Python class, March 14, in LK102)

On the following days class will not meet in the standard room:

  • Lecture Tues, March 11th, Alway M106
  • Python Friday, March 14th, LKS LK102

Discussion Section Meeting Locations

Date Section A Section B
Mar 13 LK205 LK206

Both TAs & Faculty can be reached via email to: